Girls Varsity Gymnastics · Gymnastics Season Recap

Gymnastics started the 2019-2020 season early December in a meet vs Marysville. They placed third as a team behind Worthington Kilbourne and Marysville. 

Molly Wheeler placed first on bars and fifth all-around and Holly Schutte placed second on floor and sixth all-around.

After Marysville, gymnastics competed in a meet vs Dublin Coffman and Orange placed in fourth as a team with a score of 124.95. Layne Petrilla placed seventh on vault, Holly Schutte placed eighth on bars and Molly Wheeler placed third on floor. 

The next big meet for gymnastics was the Pacer Invitational and Orange placed first as a team. Molly Wheeler placed fourth, Holly Schutte placed sixth and Olivia Dieckmann placed eighth all in all-around. 

In the Tri Meet, placing second as a team, gymnastics were led by Molly Wheeler who placed third on vault, bars, all-around and beam and then also placed fifth on floor. Layne Petrilla placed fourth on vault and Holly Schutte placed fourth on bars. 

Orange placed fifth in the meet vs Olentangy but the highlight of the meet was Molly Wheeler placing her personal best score of the season. Wheeler placed third on the vault. 

On Feb. 24, gymnastics competed in the Warhawk Invitational and it was one of the best meets of the season placing second as a team with multiple key players. 

Layne Petrilla placed first on vault and Holly Schutte placed first on bars. Molly Wheeler placed second on bars and Emma Wood placed third on Vault. 

The only home meet for gymnastics was on Jan. 30, where they participated in the Beauty and the Beast and recorded their highest score of the season placing second as a team. Molly Wheeler received second place on vault, fourth place on Floor, and sixth place all-around. 

On Feb. 11, gymnastics competed in OCC’s and placed first out of the six OCC teams. Molly Wheeler placed first on vault and in all-around and Holly Schutte and Olivia Dieckmann placed second and third on floor. 

To close out the season, gymnastics competed in Districts and they placed tenth out of 23 teams.